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i^ , Wanted YOUNG Ladles' Journal for April now In. Half-yearly volume " Boys of England." — H. M. Jones. "TTT ANTED a Btrong lad or man to V V attend to horaea — Apply Mix Frtedlandkr. 4 145 PE AGUES, damsona, oranges, hibctts limes tomatoes, cucumbers, apples, peor-a, lemons, and cocoanuts, also first ptiz '. onions and pickling onions. Grapes Is 6d per 1b. — Mbs Adams, Saundera Baildlngs. 6 69 WANTED Known. — That Mis Edwabds, Taiioress, is prepared to make Boys' Olothing, nleo Cuffing, Strap* ping, repairs and alterations, &c — Miss Edwakds, corner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 PRESENTS.— We are giving Presents to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery,' Bootaf OiOthing, &c. — H. O. Segebs, Melford House. FOR gennlne Aahtmrton Tweed Suite readj* -made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices unequalled, go to R. Axookn, Ashburton Olothing Mart, Saundero' buildings. WARTED Known — Buy yonr Drapery Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford Housa. 'A Bnbstantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards. — H. C. Begeks, Melford Houbb. TT7 ANTED Known. — Handsome V T Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &&— H. O. Segbbs, Melford Honse. WANTED Known—The Great Sale of Oolonial Clothing, Boots, &o , commenced 12 months ago m Saunders' Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extia Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with lees delay than formerly. — Robebt Alcorn, Asbburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Seunders' Bu ldings. FOR SALE ST BERNARD DOG, 18 months old, Well bred, handsome, good tampered, Box 263, P. 0.. Ohrlatohuroh. 4 139 jy| ESBBS X¥TILD£NG O T EWIB SOLIOITOBB AND NOTABIES PUBLIC Bttrnett Street ASHBURTON. MR CHARLES BBADDBLL has entered oar Office es Managing Clerk m place of Mr Olattok, who is 'caving the D etiict. Mr Braddell will be m daily commnnioatioi with our Head Office m Obristcbnrch, and will receive instructions from Clients, MB WILDING will visit Ashburton every Thursday end oa all Gonrc days. 4f3l /^HABLES T>BADDELL ESTATE, HOUBE, LiND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the "Land Transfer Act, 1885 ' Agent for the National Fire Insurance Company. Rents and debts collected. Several Farms and Houses for Sale or to Let, Offices removed to Messrs Wilding and Lewis s Buildings, next " Mail" office, 2*Bl £20 KEWARD Will be pild to the Sheepowner who can prove that Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP la not Superior to COOPER'S OR LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP WHY Then send money ont of the country when you have positively A BETTER DIP made In your own distnov A» I am my own agent m Ashburton, I intend giving Sheepownero tbe benefit and will supply to Customers m the Ash ba ton County only at 60s per case empties to be returned. At thia price it is considerably cheaper than Oooper'e, and alao oheaper than Little's when that Dip Is need 1 to 80. CHEBTBEY SALEYARDS DTP. BROOKE'3 •• Perfect" Sheep Dip will be used this season. Commence dipping 10th April. Price : One Penny per head up to 30fch I April, after then J£d. Entries to be mado with John TpoifPsoy, Chertsay. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY C. M. BROOKE, ASHBURTON. Monster Bazaar. THE ANNUAL BAZAAR *n Sale of j^ Work In connection with the P»roch!*l District of Loogbnacb, m aid of the Chcrc!} JFonds, will be held m the TEfcPLAR HALL, TINWALD, EASTER MONDAY, 220 d April, 1889. Bsziar opens at 11 a.m. Luncheon provided on a liberal feoale at a very moderate charge. Any contributions of produce or live stock may be left at Mr Clark's Stores, and> they will be thankfully acknowledged. Ajwibsion 6d ; Children half-prioe. 3H82 THE EDUCATION BOABD OP THE DISTRICT OF KORTfI CAj?TE2BURY. ELECTION OF COMMITTEES. THE BOARD, m pursuance of power m that behalf conferred by the Education Act. 1877, and the Education Act 1877 Amendment Act, 1885, hereby directs that a PUBLIC MEETING of the Householder* jn every trchbol District throughout tbe Education District of North Canterbury be held < a TUEBDAY, the twenty-third day of April, one thousand eight hundred and eightynine, at Beven o'clock m the evening, for tie election m etch Distriot of SEVEN Householders to form tlio Oommitteo for each District for tho year ending with the f ourth^Monday m April next year. The plice of Meeting shall be the Pchoolhoute m each district, and this is understood to mean the Main Schoolhonso m any Dietrict which has more than one o'iool. j he Board further directs that the First Mee&ig of each School Committee be beld w tho place appointed for the Election, &&£l immediately after the election upon £h££ame evening. The Boatd re^airos the Chairman of each Public ALejthg t.o make to the Board, immediaxely after the potion, a rotary of tin names of the several Bouse- i holders elected to form the Committee, i and recommends that each Chairman of! Coromjitee report his own election as co:>» as poasiriie. ! J. V. COLBORNE VEEL, Seoietaiy, j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2114, 20 April 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2114, 20 April 1889

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